LYNX Technik joins the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS)

LYNX Technik joins the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS)

AIMS welcomes LYNX Technik

LYNX Technik AG®, provider of software-defined modular interfaces for broadcast as well as professional AV and industrial signal processing applications, announced that is has joined the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS).

 

LYNX Technik’s solutions are installed at facilities worldwide supporting applications ranging from broadcast production, playout and distribution, global sporting events, houses of worship, government, as well as medical installation and theatrical events.

 

“At LYNX Technik, we strongly believe in enhancing our customers’ workflow with the help of innovative products and solutions,” said Sebastian Schaffrath, CTIO of LYNX Technik AG. “By joining the Alliance for IP Media Solutions, we are not only committing to standard IT-based technology, but extending our product functions to support our customers on their road towards IP-based media infrastructure.”

 

AIMS works with industry standards organizations, including the Video Services Forum (VSF), the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), to facilitate the industry’s transition from SDI to IP through industry standards and interoperable solutions that enable the rapid evolution to open, agile and versatile production environments.


“By joining the Alliance for IP Media Solutions, we are extending our product functions to support our customers on their road towards IP-based media infrastructure,” Sebastian Schaffrath, CTIO, LYNX Technik.
Lynx Technik, CTIO, Sebastian Schaffrath

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